What do you think?

What do you think of this picture and if someone can explain how is this possible.


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Maybe it was damaged during an out going flight from Spain and it’s being flown back for repairs?

I believe this really happened. That must have been a very very odd sight for the spotter!

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I think it could be that because the wonglet is not that critical.

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For sure is very odd is the first time i found something like this.

That A340 looks really old like a B747-200 without that winglet!

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I once saw a Copa Airlines 737 in St. Maarten. One side was missing a schimtar. Too bad I couldn’t get a picture, as it was taking off and I was in my rental (on the road next to the runway).

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Planes can fly missing one of their winglets. There are plenty of results for 747-400s out there (NOT the domestic variant) flying without 1 winglet

I think is photoshopped 🤔

I have to see that plane 😦😦 I think that the winglets for copa planes are installed in costa rica i guess…

Too bad I couldn’t get the registration.

Don’t worry, I’ll see it in the tocumen airport one day

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EC-JPU is that what your looking for?

Unless they added the other schimtar.

Not sure. I couldn’t see the registration.

I saw it…

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Actually the panamanian plane registration is HP. The registration form is: HP-(4 digit code)-(airline ICAO code) if is a commercial plane if is private just the first 2 parts of the already mentioned form.

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EC-JPU :)

I think

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Did you see my post lol?

I didn’t get the notification for the reply.